[Mailman-Developers] (no subject)
Thu, 21 Jun 2001 05:33:36 GMT
please keep me on cc: email@example.com
J C Lawrence writes:
> On Wed, 20 Jun 2001 08:20:03 -0700
> Aluo Nowu <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Message numbers are the relatively uninteresting case as they are an
> arbitrary value that Mailman may not (usually doesn't) actually know
> at the time of broadcast, and which further, doesn't actually apply
> or necessarily exist for those using external archivers.
so mailman does _no_ storage of messages after they are sent?
if so, i applaud task separation.
> Message-IDs would be a better and more guaranteed portable route and
> in the general case don't need to be embedded as you can already
> find them in the bounce.
given that mailman does _not_ hold onto messages, a separate
program/component/thingydoodle would be the best way to go, or modifing the
maybe a separate, "virtual" list?
ps: i'm quite sure i should start looking at the code now.
> J C Lawrence email@example.com
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